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This is the second part of a 2-part series. First part is at http://youtu.be/WtOOOAO52bg
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Abhi Dodgson: "Born from the Mountains" Millennial Writers on Stage is presented annually by the Young Writers Project and Vermont Public Radio. The 2014 event was held at Burlington, Vermont's Fletcher Free Library, during the annual Burlington Book Festival. http://retn.org/young-writers-project
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April 16, 2014 Gregory Douglass' evocative, alternative sound blends "Rufus Wainwright´s opulent musicality and Justin Timberlake´s accessible soulfulness," according to OUT Magazine. His recent spotlight on NPR's "Morning Edition" has coined him "one of New England's best-kept secrets." Douglass has shared the stage with artists like They Might Be Giants, Shawn Colvin, The Weepies, Jason Mraz, Regina Spektor, and Margaret Cho. Douglass' 2009 release BATTLER...
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Former RETN Intern Shaunese Crawford speaks about her experiences working with RETN. Watch Shaunese's video profile on spoken word artist Connor Loung here: http://retn.org/show/connor-loung
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Merrick Mendenhall: "Life Behind Sunglasses" Millennial Writers on Stage is presented annually by the Young Writers Project and Vermont Public Radio. The 2014 event was held at Burlington, Vermont's Fletcher Free Library, during the annual Burlington Book Festival. http://retn.org/young-writers-project
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Ava Kendrick: "Wishes" Millennial Writers on Stage is presented annually by the Young Writers Project and Vermont Public Radio. The 2014 event was held at Burlington, Vermont's Fletcher Free Library, during the annual Burlington Book Festival. http://retn.org/young-writers-project
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Jennifer Haigh is a novelist and short story writer. She is the author of four critically acclaimed novels: Faith, The Condition, Baker Towers and Mrs. Kimble. Her books have won both the PEN/Hemingway Award for debut fiction and the PEN/L.L. Winship Award for work by a New England writer. Her short fiction has been published widely in The Atlantic, Granta, Ploughshares, Good Housekeeping, The Best American Short Stories 2012 and many other publications. Her most recent release is the...
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2014 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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Erin Bundock: "Champagne" Millennial Writers on Stage is presented annually by the Young Writers Project and Vermont Public Radio. The 2014 event was held at Burlington, Vermont's Fletcher Free Library, during the annual Burlington Book Festival. http://retn.org/young-writers-project
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Chase Twichell was born in New Haven, Connecticut, and has lived for many years in the Adirondacks. A practicing Buddhist, she is the author of several books of poetry, and her work often reflects her spiritual practice. Introducing her collection The Snow Watcher (1998) to readers of the Washington Post, poet and critic Robert Pinsky describes the poems as “full of sharp observation, both of the world and herself, unsentimental poems with a sinewy intellectual toughness, and, as the book...
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In this episode Lake Champlain Chocolates sculptress, Emily McCraken, creates the ultimate Easter chocolate treat featuring giant eggs, a chubby chicken and a straw nest.
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Spring 2014 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2014 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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March 19, 2014 Join established artists Joe Adler and Patrick Fitzsimmons for this Musicians For Musicians panel discussion on the topic of getting your music from the studio to your fans -- what format is best for you, how to raise the funds to afford traditional recording and manufacturing, the digital options for getting your music out there and more. This is an intimate, informal discussion with musicians who have 'been there,' and want to share their wisdom to help you succeed. Rocket Shop...
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A sneak peak at what happens during one of RETN's iPad workshops. Find out how you can make better videos. Learn more and register at www.retn.org/iPadWorkshop.
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Taylor Garner: "Give Me Your Hand" Millennial Writers on Stage is presented annually by the Young Writers Project and Vermont Public Radio. The 2014 event was held at Burlington, Vermont's Fletcher Free Library, during the annual Burlington Book Festival. http://retn.org/young-writers-project
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In 2009 Marybeth Christie Redmond and Sarah W. Bartlett co-founded Writing Inside VT, a program that provides safe, supportive space for incarcerated women to write toward self-change and build healthy community at the Chittenden Regional Correctional Facility, Vermont’s sole women’s prison. In 2013 they co-edited a compilation of the women’s poetry and prose which was published by Orbis Books. For this very special event, Marybeth and Sarah will be joined by previously-incarcerated women...
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Children and their teachers and librarians from nearly 100 schools across Vermont gather to celebrate the DCF Award. This year's speakers will be two Vermont authors: Tanya Lee Stone and Linda Urban. First given in 1957, the Dorothy Canfield Fisher Children's Book Award has honored quality literature for children for 50 years now. Each spring, a committee of eight carefully selects 30 books to comprise the DCF Master List. After reading at least 5 books from the list, students then vote for...
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Produced by Barbwire Digital Video, 2011 The Stowe Film Society presents, at its inaugural meeting, the Oscar nominated screenwriter Hawk Ostby. Mr. Ostby reflects on his experiences as a screenwriter and offers advice to those with career aspirations in the Vermont film industry.
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March 19, 2014 "Drawing from influences like Paul Simon, Wilco, The Beatles, Damien Rice, and embracing a "pop sensibility and improvisational style reminiscent of Allen Toussaint" (BURLINGTON CITY ARTS), Joshua's growing repertoire of original music is a blend of playful blue-eyed soul, handclap-heavy rock, and tender balladry---tied together by his soulful, haunting vocals and lyrics that toe the line between cryptic and brutally honest." -joshuaglass.com Rocket Shop LIVE...
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Barry Snyder, film scholar and co-founder of the Burlington Film Society, introduces the 1934 Laurel and Hardy holiday classic "March of the Wooden Soldiers," based on the Victor Herbert operetta "Babes in Toyland." BURLINGTON FILM SOCIETY PRESENTS is a community-curated series of classic films, from Hollywood hits to B-list sci-fi and horror, that explores our personal connections to the movies. Watch people from our community share stories about the films that are...
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Alexandra Contreras-Montesano: "Remembering the Sky" Millennial Writers on Stage is presented annually by the Young Writers Project and Vermont Public Radio. The 2014 event was held at Burlington, Vermont's Fletcher Free Library, during the annual Burlington Book Festival. http://retn.org/young-writers-project
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OCTOBER 2002 The University of Vermont Asian Studies program presents a talk given by Robert Thurman entitled "The Dalia Lama's Millennial Ethic of Intelligent Nonviolence: Sources in Tibetan Buddhism and Prospects for Our Troubled World."
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On November 3, 2015, Shelburne residents will vote on an 9.3 million dollar bond for safety and facilities improvements at the school. This video provides information about the proposal. For additional details and a schedule of public meetings, visit scsvt.org.
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Anya Silver is a poet from Macon, Georgia. She has published two books of poetry, I Watched You Disappear (2014) and The Ninety-Third Name of God (2010). Her poems have been featured on Garrison Keillor’s “The Writer’s Almanac,” in Ted Kooser’s syndicated column, “American Life in Poetry,” as an Academy of American Poets poem of the day and on Poetry Daily. She has published in numerous literary journals, including Image, Five Points, Shenandoah, New Ohio Review, The Georgia...
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The War of 1812 in the Champlain Valley: On Land, On the Water, and Under the Water CONTOIS AUDITORIUM, BURLINGTON, VT Sept. 26, 2014 President Thomas Jefferson's ill-conceived Embargo suddenly made all trade northwards illegal causing great distress for Vermonters. Wide-scale smuggling ensued and continued on, despite the murders of three officals in 1808, for the next several years and which greatly aided the British during the war. http://retn.org/war-1812
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FEBRUARY 22, 2007 - Brownell Library This program offers a nostalgic look at the early years of IBM in Essex, Vermont. Featuring memories and stories from various IBM veterans, including 1957 Essex Junction Village Manager Corky Elwell and early IBM employee George Dunbar. Part of the Harold Meeks Memorial Lecture Series.
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Wellness advocate Marilyn Webb Neagley and author Daniel Lusk join host Fran Stoddard for a conversation on how nature impacts their lives and work. Presented by All Souls Interfaith Gathering, Pierson Library, Shelburne Farms, Shelburne Museum with support from RETN.
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April 16, 2014 Burlington, Vermont based singer/songwriter Joe Adler draws on influences that range from the blues, folk, and experimental tendencies of Tom Waits, to the poetic leanings of Leonard Cohen. Adler is known for playing in local groups The Wee Folkestra and The Wind Woods, and has toured the northeast as a solo artist opening for folk troubadour Nathan Moore. Adler has collaborated on stage live with such notables as Brad Barr (The Slip, The Barr Brothers), Russ Lawton (Trey...
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Sharing his experiential understanding of the classic Hatha Yoga Pradipika, Baird Hersey offers precise, step-by-step instructions on how to find the inner sound of the nada. He explains the first three levels of sound--first, how to truly hear the ordinary sounds of the world around us (vaikhari); second, how to quiet the sounds of the mind (madhyama), such as sound memories and internal dialogue; and third, how to access visual sounds (pashyanti), tapping in to our ability to see sounds and...
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Jessie Haas has always loved horses and has written more than thirty books, most of them about horses, including the first two books about Bramble and Maggie. She says, “Horses love pretending to be scared, just like us, and fall is the perfect season for that.” In her latest book for early readers, Bramble and Maggie: Spooky Season, the pair explore a new season together-fall!-and with it the tricks and treats of Halloween. Jessie’s work has been recognized with numerous honors,...
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STEM EDUCATION: A RENEWED CULTURE OF INNOVATION With the recent opening of the Burlington Generator, Burlington Vermont could become what Maker Faire founder Dale Dougherty refers to as a "Maker City". The burgeoning Vermont Maker movement ignited by the Champlain Maker Faire has spawned emerging maker spaces throughout the state. Champlain Maker Faire executive producer and Renewed Culture of Innovation host says that with the emergence of maker spaces in other cities and towns...
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Young Writers Project’s Millennial Writers on Stage returns for its third season! Hear the remarkable poetry and prose of the next generation of Vermont writers before they are discovered! Ten young poets and storytellers will present their writing which will also appear in YWP’s annual Anthology of best work.
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Kalsang Dolkar: "17 Years Old" - Read by Reuben Jackson Millennial Writers on Stage is presented annually by the Young Writers Project and Vermont Public Radio. The 2014 event was held at Burlington, Vermont's Fletcher Free Library, during the annual Burlington Book Festival. http://retn.org/young-writers-project
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In an age when sugar is continuously unmasked as a health villain, the Schaub family spent twelve months without added sugar of any sort: no fructose, no refined cane, no molasses, no honey, no maple syrup, no corn syrup-in an attempt to live healthier and better. Along the way, Eve Schaub became a sugar sleuth, science geek, and stand in for the rest of us who aren't quite ready to shun the sugar just yet. It's a fascinating experiment that reveals just how tightly we're all held hostage by...
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Spring 2014 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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SOUTH END ART HOP 2013 - RETN and FROG HOLLOW Artist profile of glass blower and owner of Eye and I Glass, Eric Nelson. http://eyeandiglass.com/
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The Great American Garden: Shelburne Museum and the Creation of the Colonial Revival Landscape - June 21, 2014 Lucinda Brockway, Director of Cultural Resources for the Trustees of Reservations, speaks on approaches to preserving, planning, rejuvenating and maintaining historic landscapes of various scales and time periods, including developing master plans and collaborative partnerships for historic sites, museums, parks and estates. Ms. Brockway is responsible for cultural landscapes,...
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The Vermont Youth Orchestra welcomes back two of the VYO's most illustrious alumni - composer Pierre Jalbert, whose Music of Air and Fire will open this program, and violinist Soovin Kim, who joins the VYO to perform 2012 Pulitzer Prize-winner Kevin Puts' Violin Concerto and Sarasate's Carmen Fantasy. Liszt's stirring tone poem Les Préludes will showcase the virtuosity of the VYO's current members. --- The broadcast rights to the first half of this VYO performance are not available. This...
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The VYOC and VYCC perform choral music of the 21st century, including a piece by VYOA alumnus Justin Gates and several choral works by founding Orchestra Chorus member Alexander Johnson. The concert also features music written for our choruses by recent VYOA composer-in-residence Robert Paterson and "Prayer of Black Elk," a new setting of a Sioux Indian prayer by Karen Thomas.
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VERMONT RISING OPERA STARS RETURN FOR GALA CONCERT Vermont natives Christopher Colmenero (tenor) and Geoffrey Penar (baritone) in concert on Sunday, October 19th at 4:00 pm at the College Street Congregational Church in Burlington. Presented by Bill Reed Voice Studio as part of The Singer’s Art Concert Series, with concert pianist Paul Orgel accompanying, the recital includes art songs, arias and duets by Mozart, Schumann, Brahms, Ravel, Strauss, Weber, Bizet, Puccini, Gounod and Tosti. Mr....
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YANKEE URCHINS AND PIE-NURTURED MAIDENS Winslow Homer's Paintings of 1870s America Shelburne Museum, Sept. 20, 2014 - Marc Simpson Marc Simpson served as Associate Director of the Williams College Graduate Program in the History of Art from 2000 to 2013. From 2004 to 2009 he was also Curator of American Art at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. From 1985 to 1994 he was the Ednah Root Curator of American Paintings at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. His work on Winslow Homer...
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FEBRUARY 26, 2014 Seven Days music editor Dan Bolles, Burlington Free Press Arts Entertainment Writer Brent Hallenbeck, and music journalist Casey Rae (Pitchfork, Dusted Magazine, Groove Magazine, Signal To Noise, Washington City Paper) join moderator Steve Hartmann for a conversation about getting press -- what you should know or do as a musician to pave the way to exposure in the publications that matter to you. http://retn.org http://bigheavyworld.com http://mainstreetlanding.com
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Erin Lashway: "In My Mother's Clothes" Millennial Writers on Stage is presented annually by the Young Writers Project and Vermont Public Radio. The 2014 event was held at Burlington, Vermont's Fletcher Free Library, during the annual Burlington Book Festival. http://retn.org/young-writers-project
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Mr. Thomas Denenberg came to Shelburne Museum in 2011 after serving first as chief curator and then deputy director at Portland Museum of Art from 2006 - 2012. While at Portland, Denenberg oversaw a dynamic exhibition program including major shows of Winslow Homer, the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, photography of rock musicians, and an exhibition series exploring the contemporary creative culture of Maine. At Shelburne Museum he has overseen the construction and opening of the Museum's...
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In this video, created as an assignment during RETN's 2014 summer video course, Aubrey explains why she loves dogs.
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BURLINGTON FILM SOCIETY PRESENTS is a community-curated series of classic films, from Hollywood hits to B-list sci-fi and horror, that explores our personal connections to the movies. Watch people from our community share stories about the films that are important to them, followed by a full-length film on RETN Channel 16. BURLINGTON FILM SOCIETY PRESENTS is a co-production of RETN and the Burlington Film Society. http://retn.org/BFS http://vtiff.org/burlington-film-society
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A Shared Braid. One feisty, green eyed woman named Barbara Jean Kernan links together 10 people of different ages, and backgrounds; separated by geography, scattered from the east coast to the west, from north to south, reaching as far away as New Zealand. Barbara connects these 10 people as one strand of braid wraps around another, holding tight until it must let go, leaving each that knew her forever changed. Losing Barbara is a collection of true stories written by Barbara's family and...
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FLETCHER FREE LIBRARY - February 12, 2014 Presented by Phoenix Books Many believe that support for the abolition of slavery was universally accepted in Vermont, but it was actually a fiercely divisive issue that rocked the Green Mountain State. In the midst of turbulence and violence, though, some brave Vermonters helped fight for the freedom of their enslaved Southern brethren. Thaddeus Stevens—one of abolition's most outspoken advocates—was a Vermont native. Delia Webster, the first woman...
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2014 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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The Great American Garden: Shelburne Museum and the Creation of the Colonial Revival Landscape - June 21, 2014 Thomas Denenberg, Ph.D., Director of the Shelburne Museum moderates a panel discussion of how landscapes, both public and private, were intentionally shaped by Shelburne Museum founder Electra Havemeyer Webb and others. Featuring special guest Nancy Taylor, Landscape Architect, Innocenti & Webel, Locust Valley, NY. Ms. Taylor, a member of the renowned landscape architecture firm...
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The Great American Garden: Shelburne Museum and the Creation of the Colonial Revival Landscape - June 21, 2014 Judith Tankard, landscape historian, author, and preservation consultant, speaks on the work of Ellen Shipman and Beatrix Farrand. Ms. Tankard's publications include Gertrude Jekyll and the Country House Garden; Beatrix Farrand: Private Gardens, Public Landscapes (Honor Book for the 2010 Historic New England Book Prize); A Place of Beauty: The Artists and Gardens of the Cornish Colony...
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FEBRUARY 26, 2014 Maryse (sounds like Theresa) is a songwriter from Burlington, Vermont. Her songs are reflections on the intricacies of human relationships. "..Smith's songs have a feel all their own. They're simultaneously downers and uppers. They celebrate the quiet power of a melancholy mood....She's especially adept at the hardest thing for any young musician to master — writing a song that can feed your head, break your heart and touch your soul." - Brent Hallenbeck,...
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This annual tradition features the Vermont Youth Orchestra Association's three orchestras and two choruses. VYO senior soloist Jake Dombek performs Mercadante's Flute Concerto in E minor. Join us as we celebrate the holidays with works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Shostakovich, and Leroy Anderson.
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The Vermont Agency of Education partners with RETN and ORCA Media to produce Education - Join the Conversation. The series began filming in ORCA Media's studio in fall 2012. This year we will be taking the show on the road. Agency of Education Secretary Rebecca Holcombe will be visiting schools, highlighting the good things happening in Vermont education system. This program features a visit to the Saint Albans City School and explores how the school is enhancing learning with technology.
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Alice Fogel is the author of Strange Terrain, a guide to helping people appreciate poetry without necessarily “getting” it. Her third collection, Be That Empty, was a national poetry bestseller. She’s a six-time Pushcart nominee and recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship. Her poems have appeared in many journals and anthologies including the Best American Poetry and Poet’s Choice. Her new book, Interval: Poems Based upon Bach’s Goldberg Variations, won the Nicholas...
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FLYNN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS - Sept. 28, 2014 Maestro Jeffrey Domoto and the Vermont Youth Orchestra are joined by the Vermont Youth Philharmonia and conductor Yutaka Kono for the 2014-2015 season opening concert. The orchestras will perform a broad range of music including Tchaikovsky’s Capriccio Italien, Vaughan Williams' English Folk Song Suite, Verdi’s Overture to the Sicilian Vespers, and Borodin’s Symphony No. 2 in B-minor. retn.org/vyo
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BURLINGTON CITY ARTS - April 17, 2014 Borrowing imagery from diverse sources -- West African iconography, political movements, planar geometry, plant growth, and sports -- Mildred Beltré's playful abstract constructions are metaphors for the complexity of human relationships. Her work is constantly evolving, is never polished, and is in a perpetual state of progress. As an artist and activist, imagination and the ability to dream are fundamental to Beltré's artistic process. Dreams cannot be...
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CENTER FOR RESEARCH ON VERMONT - February 27, 2008 From 1909 to 1913 the 10th Cavalry Regiment, made up of African American enlisted men and white officers, was stationed at Fort Ethan Allen in Colchester, Vermont. The 10th was one of four regiments made up of African American soldiers known as "buffalo soldiers." These regiments served in major Indian campaigns in the West and in the wars in Cuba and in the Philippines. This talk explores buffalo-soldier contributions to national...
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Sarah Pekkanen is the internationally bestselling author of The Opposite of Me, Skipping a Beat, These Girls and The Best of Us as well as a series of linked short stories for e-readers titled All is Bright and Love, Accidentally. Her work has been published in numerous magazines and newspapers. Her latest book, released in May, is Catching Air. Sarah penned her first book, Miscellaneous Tales and Poems, at the age of 10. When publishers failed to jump upon this literary masterpiece (hey, all...
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Book reviews of new children's and young adult books for school and public librarians. Presented by Grace Greene of the Vermont Department of Libraries.
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Learn how RETN's iPad workshops can help you turn your iPad into a powerful production studio for creating effective how-to and promotional videos.
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Learn to set up and level your Magnus VT3000 tripod. This step-by-step video shows how to remove the tripod mounting plate, attach an iPad camera mount, and use the built-in leveling feature of the VT3000. The VT3000 is one of the recommended tripods used during RETN's iPad moviemaking workshops. Learn more about our workshops at: www.retn.org/learn/workshops-courses
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West Hall, Vermont, has always been a town of strange disappearances and old legends. The most mysterious is that of Sara Harrison Shea, who, in 1908, was found dead in the field behind her house just months after the tragic death of her daughter, Gertie. Now, in present day, nineteen-year-old Ruthie lives in Sara's farmhouse with her mother, Alice, and her younger sister, Fawn. Alice has always insisted that they live off the grid, a decision that suddenly proves perilous when Ruthie wakes up...
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I Wish He'd Taught Me How to Shave is a compilation of "Dr. Dave's" reflections and students' essays from his popular Saint Michael's College gender studies course in Men and Masculinities. Landers distills into thematic chapters what he has learned from his decades-long career as a college professor and student counselor about the generational damage done when society holds strict and limiting views about masculinity: such as, real men don't cry, feel afraid, lost, or indecisive;...
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Finnian Abbey: "Dog's Perspective" Millennial Writers on Stage is presented annually by the Young Writers Project and Vermont Public Radio. The 2014 event was held at Burlington, Vermont's Fletcher Free Library, during the annual Burlington Book Festival. http://retn.org/young-writers-project
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JUNE 20, 2014 - First Unitarian Universalist Church, Burlington, VT Phoenix Books welcomes Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren for a discussion of her bestselling memoir A Fighting Chance. An unlikely political star tells the inspiring story of the two-decade journey that taught her how Washington really works—and really doesn't. In A Fighting Chance, Warren shows why she has chosen to fight tooth and nail for the middle class—and why she has become a hero to all those who believe that...
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The Great American Garden: Shelburne Museum and the Creation of the Colonial Revival Landscape - June 21, 2014 Keith Morgan, Director of Architectural Studies, Boston University, speaks about Charles Eliot, a pioneer of regional planning who played a central role in shaping the Boston Metropolitan Park System and who laid the conceptual and political groundwork for the first statewide land conservancy in the country. http://retn.org/shelburne-museum http://shelburne-museum.org
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PHOENIX BOOKS - October 17, 2014 Vermont author Archer Mayor presents his latest novel, Proof Positive, which is his 25th work to feature main character Joe Gunther. http://retn.org/phoenix http://phoenixbooks.biz
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Spring 2014 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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EDUCATION: JOIN THE CONVERSATION The Vermont Agency of Education partners with RETN and ORCA Media to produce Education - Join the Conversation. The series began filming in ORCA Media's studio in fall 2012. This year we will be taking the show on the road. Agency of Education Secretary Rebecca Holcombe will be visiting schools, highlighting the good things happening in Vermont education system. This program features a visit to the Saint Albans City School and explores how the school is...
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